Welcome to my place within Honest Gamers. I like retrogaming and wrestling. Hope we can be friends in gaming. I am also an amateur photographer, game developer enthusiast, and cartoonist, and I am a fan of 80s music as well.
Its sad to see how ugly it gets when you join a server from a site you like
So I get banned from Giant Bomb's Discord after having an argument with one of their Administrators who seemed pretty biased about the entire thing leading that point. This is nothing new for me. I always had problems like such back in other chatroom sites and forums. My problem being certain users being immature and knowing that if they poke you long enough, you can't do anything about it otherwise they will cry fowl to the people in charge. Other times I would just be banned just for the hell of it. Abuse of power is very common online ever since its beginning.
The nightmare begins
The 20+ second teaser for the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie has left many with a bitter taste in their mouths. For one, there is *very* little for anyone to break down said teaser, having a couple blue blurred lines dashing through huge hoops that make that familiar ring sound only to have Sonic himself stop right at the middle of the screen, on a frozen pose which implies he never moved to begin with and stayed in a transfixed position to make the illusion he stopped so fast your eyes could not pick up. Sonic himself is in shadows, leaving a grotesque disproportionate shape whose only visible marks are his fur around his body and bright red sneakers which completely clash with its dark setting, something that makes me believe it was drawn on the fly, moments before the teaser was do
A look into the third season of Sonic The Hedgehog revealing something not so subtle
For decades since its cancellation I was always wondering how a third season to Sonic the Hedgehog would had been. There have been some input on what the creative team of the famous cartoon had revealed for sometime, and it seemed quite interesting on what could had been.
The Mario Bros. embark on a journey to rescue Princess Peach and save the Mushroom Kingdom
Watched recently a great Anime adaptation of the mustachioed brothers taking on the nasty Bowser and rescuing Princess Peach while at it. Distributed by Shochiku-Fuji Company VAP in 1986, it follows the adventures of Mario and Luigi into the Mushroom Kingdom after Princess Peach gets kidnapped right in front of thewir faces. Following a weird-looking dog creature they trasverse the new fantastic world dodging Bowser's minions while collecting the three power-ups (Mushroom, Fire Flower, and Starman) which will help them defeat them. Along the way they meet and rescue the mushroom people, who have been cursed by Bowser turning them into coins and stone.
Will Simon Belmont be the chosen one this time?
I cannot spoil much of the second season of Castlevania featured on Netflix, but if you already know about the game of which the series is based on then you probably know it all by now. That being said I was browsing Anime-Planet for any titles I've yet to discover and I stumbled upon something called Castlevania Season 3 with a TBA as the due date. Not sure if anyone else has heard about it but if this is the case I really can't wait to see what will be based on this time around, being that in my opinion the likes of Simon and Richter Belmont would not be forgotten leaving Trevor as the sole hero of the new animated series.
A theory that connects II and III sharing some speculations by many
Phantasy Star III wasn't as well received as the other entries in the series, being radically different from the get go and not even taking place in the fictional star system of Algol being instead in the space fortress named Alisa III. Nevertheless there is one theory I considered pondering and using this would led me to believe that PSIII has a pivotal reason as to why it is as important as others within the original series. Simply put, PSIII is the reason why events in PSII took place.
The first Anime installment about the popular gaming series
By now some may had already known about this Anime which was distributed in the US in the late 90s, along with others like Advent Children and Unlimited (or not, the latter was barely ever mentioned just as this one.) Legend of the Crystals is a direct sequel to Final Fantasy V set 200 years after the game's events took place. You do not find many familiar faces here save for some names and characters that are related to the original heroes of the game. The Anime was a 4-part OAV series which was distributed on VHS and so far none of it on DVD. However you may be able to watch on the likes of youtube and dubbed as well. The Anime is notorious for its weirdness and absurd fanservice it tosses about every now and then, but is still entertaining enough to watch. I tell more of it on thi